• humanities
    HUMANITIES: What is it? •The term Humanities comes from the Latin word, “humanitas” •It generally refers to art, literature, music, architecture, dance and the theatre—in which human subjectivity is emphasized and individual expressiveness is dramatized. HOW IMPORTANT IS HUMANITIES •The...
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  • An Examination of Humanity Through Medium
    An Examination of Humanity through Medium The natural enquiry of humanity’s purpose and function on earth is a question that has commonly been posed and contested throughout time. Man’s enlarged cerebral cortex has enabled him to create language, music, science and writing. The opposable thumb...
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  • Humanities
    INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES Lecture 1 – OVERVIEW ON HUMANITIES 1. Meaning of Humanities 1.1. 1.2. Humanus – Humanitas – Human, Humanity – it refers to the quality of being a human; huma, civilized, cultured) Branch of Learning – it refers to the study of the arts. As a study, its material object is...
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  • Arts & Humanities
    Arts & Humanities HU300-13 Unit 2 Project 04/01/2012 Dan Rice, an entertainer and household name at the height of his career before the American civil war, once said “There are three forms of visual art: Painting is art to look at, sculpture is art you can walk around, and architecture is...
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  • Money
    FOUNDATION OF KNOWLEDGE”UNIVERSITY VISION : To become a world class institution of learning with a unique Christian culture of excellence, discipline, and service to humanity UNIVERSITY MISSION: Provide quality education anchored on Christian values with the prime purpose of bringing...
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  • Introduction to Humanities
    . Non-motivated functions of art -are those that are integral to being human. Basic human instinct for harmony, balance, rhythm.  Experience of the mysterious. Expression of the imagination. Ritualistic and symbolic functions. Motivated functions of art Refer to intentional, conscious actions...
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    . Sources of Art subjects B. The functions of Art C. The early Beginnings of Art in the Philippines D. REFERENCES 1. Francisco M. Zulueta “The Humanities” 2. Josefina V. Estolas, “Introduction to Humanities” (Arts for Fine Living) Clarita G. Javier, Nieves Pada- Payno...
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  • Liberal Arts
    in every aspect of our lives. It does shape our personality but only until we get to the real life where our priorities, purpose and functions are defined by necessities rather than by what we love to be or do. We seek education to answer the very first serious question we were asked when we were...
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  • Modern vs. Postmodern
    art as well, was devoted to the God and religion. Towers that reached to the sky were symbolic of reaching God, if for no other purpose. Yet the Adziogol Lighthouse shows how man has progressed to the point where God has been superceded in everyday life by other values. The Adziogol Lighthouse...
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  • Sand Drawing
    Sand Drawing I take it that art's purpose is to illuminate the world in a new way, provoke a reaction, and somehow alter the consciousness of the observer. Sand art definitely succeeds this purpose. The first time I saw a demonstration of this particular art, I was awed. Its delicate yet...
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  • Architectural History
    affected by its program. In the Glasgow School of Art, by Mackintosh, the program saw a development of a more sober form than that of previous Art Nouveau, together with a sequence of dynamic spaces that stress the function that they had. The structures and the spaces create a tectonic-logic rule...
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  • Management as Liberal Arts
    lost their moral compass and the capitalism breeds greed and lust power 2. Drucker saw the paradox that : a. The oorganization has power, however this power must provide human being with status, function and a sense of community and purpose. The management will involve an understanding of...
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  • architecture report
    lives and the future of architecture itself  -------------------------------------------------- Vikas Shah, Thought Economics, July 2012 Humanity leaves immortal echoes through its history using the media of language, art, knowledge and architecture. These echoes are not simply viewed in...
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  • Art in Education
    To what extent should art be part of education?   Basic aim of education for the child is maturity and integration of personality required for personal freedom and adaptability The purpose of education is to cultivate the mind so that the individual can accomplish all his/her aims in life...
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  • Treatment of Classical Myths by the Modernist Poets: W. H. Auden’s the Shield of Achilles
    audience (Thetis). And the shield functions as a timeless work of art. Both Thetis (as audience) and Hephaestus (as artist) are people who can not save the world from devastation. In Mendelson’s words this inaction and apathy become clearer: “…..the poem is a deeply unflattering portrait of the...
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  • Comparison of the Met and Guggenheim
    city so young, New York is home to number of architectural classics. Two of these masterpieces of architecture are the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Both continue the metaphor of New York being a world within a world and possess the latent fusion of form and function, one...
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  • computers
    Definition of humanities Aesthetics, arts. Types of art subjects Method of presenting arts subject, medium, technique, function and relevance of art The humanities are the stories, the ideas, and the words that help us make sense of our lives and our world. The humanities introduce us to people...
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  • Humanities of Hamlet
    the possible demise of their discipline. The fine arts have become inured to occasional ugly public confrontations and persistent bland dismissal by majority opinion. The humanities, it seems, are not alone in feeling the need to clarify their relations with the public. Some of the needed...
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  • Azam
    Purpose of Higher education: According to Eastman, American institutions of higher education were created to educate young people to be able to "know the truth", to study "the best that has been thought and said in the world." The basic liberal arts subjects included language, math, history, and...
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  • Literature Has a Vital Social Role in ‘Cultivating Powers of Imagination That Are Essential to Citizenship.’ (Nussbaum, P 2306 Norton Theory and Criticism, Second Ed.) How Far Do You Agree with This Statement? Draw Upon
    speculations regarding the purpose of physical art forms within our contemporary society. The firm belief on behalf of Martha Nussbaum is based around the ideology that art plays a significant role in cultivating humanity, with a heavy emphasis on various types of literature especially. She is interested...
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